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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of about 26.8 million Thanksgiving travelers take to the skies between Nov. The 22nd of December. A 2 — to 4-percent increase over the end of 2018, but they are hoping to speed up the inflow of the airline’s pilots, due to the issuance of a warning by the agency, the carry-over of turkey’s policy.
Before the holidays, the TEMPERATURE in a joint press release outlining the top tips for you. But, more importantly, the agency shall notify in the official rules and regulations for traveling with a gravy, sauces, stuffings, or desserts. And, really, it all depends on what is considered a “solid food” item and what isn’t.
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“Pies, cakes, stuffing mixes, casseroles, all is well in a carry-on bag, as they are firmly attached to food,” the TSA wrote. However, such things as “gravy, cranberry sauce, wine, marmalade, jam, must to go all-in with a checked bag, because these items are not to be considered as a solid.
Just imagine the bags are filled to the brim with yams, and pie.
“As a rule, if you spill it, spray it, spread it, pump it or pour it, (say that three times fast), then it is not a solid, it must be packed in a checked bag,” the agency advised.
All of the meals, which consist of both liquid and solid, or somewhere in between, it should be packed in a checked suitcase, just in case.”
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When it comes to the bird, however, the TSA says that the turkey is free of charge, to fly in the cabin.
“Don’t be afraid, the main avian creature tag along in your carry-on luggage at the airport,” the TSA writes.
“Who are we kidding, we know you always travel with an extra room in your carry-on luggage, in case you are in the need for the transportation of the West-branch-of-the-resistance. So, don’t be afraid, the main avian creature tag along in your carry-on luggage at the airport,” the TSA confirmed in a separate set of web pages that detail the Thanksgiving holiday carry-on luggage.
Any other tips are included in the package with the carving knife in the checked-in luggage, “a’ no-brainer’, as they say), as well as corkscrews with knives.
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If you keep your food cold, and the TEMPERATURE of said ice is packed, your food must remain frozen during the entire flight, so that it does not violate the 3-1-1 rule. Policies in the area of the ice, on the other hand, it is up to the individual airlines, so as to advance and to make a call.
In the interest of ensuring a smooth trip, the TSA also recommends enrolling in TSA PreCheck at a time to save your ID and boarding pass handy, as you approach the security agent, or to download the MyTSA app (which has a “may I?” function.
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And always, always, give yourself plenty of time to get through security.
“Get to the airport early, two hours before a domestic flight and three hours before an international flight,” the TSA writes. “The turkey is getting to the airport at the last minute during the Thanksgiving holiday travel period. Don’t be a turkey!”